VIDEO: Veterinarian gets bizarre surprise when operating on dog for ‘cancer’


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When the veterinary surgeon attempted to remove what appeared to be massive cancerous growths in a dog’s stomach, he instead found the remnants of some very enthusiastic snacking.

Maisy, an eight-year-old St. Bernard from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, was taken in for a CT scan by owner Jane Dickinson. The scan showed a large mass on her spleen and in her stomach. Cancer seemed the most obvious malady, not uncommon for dogs nearing the end of their natural lifespan. When Dickinson took her to Paragon Veterinary Referrals in Wakefield, she said she was unsure if Maisy would ever come back out.

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But when veterinary surgeon Nick Blackburn opened her up in an attempt to remove the “tumors,” he found a bizarre surprise: four undigested stuffed toys, packed into the massive elderly dog’s abdomen. The plush stowaways had been blocking the digestion of proper food.

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